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It is the northernmost settlement on Luzon Island and a popular tourist destination because of its resorts and beaches. In addition to tourism, people also make their living through farming, fishing and subsistence retailing. Recently, many windmills erected in Barangay Caparispisan.
Pagudpud is a town on the north coast of Luzon Island, in the Philippines. Resorts line the long stretch of Saud Beach, on the wide sweep of Bangui Bay. The towering Bangui Windmills wind turbines are arrayed in a row along the coast. East of town, Pasaleng Bay is home to Bantay Abot Cave, a natural tunnel eroded through the headland, and secluded Maira-ira Beach. Area waterfalls include Kabigan and Anuplig.
PAGUDPUD DAY TOUR
Php 3,400/Person | Minimum of 2 Persons
• Hotel Pick-up & Drop-off
• Air-conditioned Transportation
• Applicable Fees
• Service of a driver
SITES TO VISIT:
• Cape Bojeador Lighthouse
• Bangui Windmills
• Patapat Viaduct
• Agua Grande
• Paraiso ni Anton
• Seasonal: Dragon Fruit Plantation
• Kapurpurawan Rock Formation
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